in reply to Perl process names on Windows

I have seen how to do that in the past but stopped using it when I found Shipping standalone perl apps on Win32.
Works great and lets you run your scripts on servers that don't have perl installed eliminating the need to keep all the modules on all servers. This would also show your process as yourperlscript.exe in tlist. Not exactly what you were asking for but thought it might help.

Edited by BazB: fixed link.